Amelia Earhart Didn’t Die In A Plane Crash After All

New evidence that may offer insight into the mystery surrounding famed pilot Amelia Earhart’s final moments have surfaced, researchers of The Earhart Project claims.



According to researchers that have teamed with the International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR), they have found similarities between the aviation pioneer and a partial skeleton of a castaway that was discovered on the uninhabited Pacific island of Nikumaroro in 1940.



Forensic anthropologists and imaging experts used modern techniques to compare the measurements of the castaway skeleton’s arm bones with a historical photo of Earhart and discovered that their measurements were “virtually identical”.



While this discovery doesn’t really prove that the bones are indeed Earhart’s, researchers say that this could mean that the famed pilot didn’t die in a plane crash after all but actually survived and spent her last moments as a heroic castaway.